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4 minutes ago, Amina Sopwith said:

Mmm, Marmite. With cheddar cheese.

papa johns now do a marmite stuffed crust pizza which might be of interest ;)

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49 minutes ago, Madelaine McMasters said:

...perks.

I use Marmite in French onion soup. Didn't believe it at first (it's sweet, you caramelise the onions!) but oh my....

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Also: Finally had Nutella, as part of tiramisu. 

 

Now regular old tiramisu is ruined for me.

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2 hours ago, Pamela Galli said:

Also: Finally had Nutella, as part of tiramisu. 

 

Now regular old tiramisu is ruined for me.

If you get to the UK you will have to try a chip butty and a bacon butty

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TIL that Firestorm's Contact Sets function allows you to add aliases to people's entries.  So you have a way to give your friends silly nicknames, and remember them.

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I have to import Marmite ... and good Cheese .. progress is slow, but victory is assured. 

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18 hours ago, Cindy Evanier said:

If you get to the UK you will have to try a chip butty and a bacon butty

Well they sound delish. 🙀

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Probably learning new stuff daily in RL, and sometimes in SL. But sometimes in SL it makes me feel quite silly that it took me 12+ years to learn about it. Like a couple of weeks ago, I found out (because a friend did it on her object) that you can set move right to a single object, so you can allow others to move stuff without giving them edit rights on all your objects! 

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There's some old inverse kinematics capability in Second Life animation. It's totally undocumented, and was mentioned today at Creator User Group.

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On 5/24/2019 at 11:47 PM, callistanull said:

There's a store near me that has very good hummus, cheap.

I read that as, "...that has very good humans, cheap."  Eek!

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3 hours ago, Madelaine McMasters said:

 

“How to Serve Man”, a classic. Then there’s Soylent Green. Also: someone posted on Facebook today a “news story” that Tampa (local) police were “under fire for barbecuing homeless people” (literally) and feeding them to other homeless people. Appeared as something like an Onion story.

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On 5/21/2019 at 2:34 PM, KanryDrago said:

papa johns now do a marmite stuffed crust pizza which might be of interest ;)

I assume they don’t do this in the US.

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That people getting so hysterical after theur send me lm of freebie galaxy and I say 'no thanks'.😄

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20 minutes ago, Love Zhaoying said:

I assume they don’t do this in the US.

Well would have to ask a us person that but the one I live in does it

 

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2 hours ago, Love Zhaoying said:

I assume they don’t do this in the US.

Not any of the ones around me, but I sure can't speak for the entire US.  We do know that businesses offer different things in different areas, so I suppose if there is a demand for it somewhere over here, they'll provide it.

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1 hour ago, LittleMe Jewell said:

Not any of the ones around me, but I sure can't speak for the entire US.  We do know that businesses offer different things in different areas, so I suppose if there is a demand for it somewhere over here, they'll provide it.

I just don’t think we will ever see a Marmite pizza over here. Most have never heard of it, and the rest mostly chalk it up to being one of those weirdly charming things Brits eat, like kidney pie or beans on toast.

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TIL: Koji.

Just tried Koji for the first time. Not bad. Read about it because Koji is used to make Miso, and my Mochi machine has Miso applications. I’m not interested in fermenting the soybeans for days/weeks, though. Anyway, apparently Koji is used as a food ingredient too, like Marmite but not as salty.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aspergillus_oryzae

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